Caroline Wozniacki, professional tennis player and one-time Grand Slam champion, has announced she is retiring.
Wozniacki has been an official ambassador for The Residences at Seafire in the Cayman Islands. During her visits to Grand Cayman over the last two years, she played the first ever fly-board rally in the world. Her frequent visits to the island have left a lasting impression on Wozniacki, prompting her to proclaim the Cayman Islands as her home away from home.
“We have been privileged to work with Caroline these last two years,” said Chris Duggan, VP Business Development at Dart. “Caroline has been a wonderful partner to us. Her professionalism and approachability has made her a delight to work with and an example to all who had the pleasure of meeting her during her visits. We wish her every success and a well-earned retirement, and look forward to continuing to welcome her and her husband David to their second home on Grand Cayman.”
About The Residences at Seafire
The Residences at Seafire is a 10-storey architectural gem on Grand Cayman in the Cayman Islands, a British Overseas Territory. Developed by Dart Real Estate, it houses a collection of 62 distinct design-driven residences which marry contemporary Caribbean style with high-design.
The Residences feature diverse floorplans to suit every taste and family – from ultra-chic studios to stately five-bedroom residences. Characterised by ample outdoor living space and direct entry into an open living area, many of The Residences at Seafire showcase stunning sea-to-sea views of both Seven Mile Beach and the North Sound, a rarity in Grand Cayman real estate.
Located adjacent to the Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa, the first resort to open on Grand Cayman’s Seven Mile Beach in over a decade, owners at The Residences will enjoy thoughtful amenities, including: The SPA at Seafire, a state-of-the-art fitness centre, choice of a cascading ocean-view pool or a private residents-only pool and three signature restaurants.
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